ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Robert Burns, 83 years old, born on January 30, 1938, and passed away on August 25, 2021. We will remember him forever.

Professional arrangements entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funera Home and Crematory.
Posted by david brumbaugh on September 10, 2021
will miss your friendly smile when at the races will see your smile when we meet again
Posted by Roy Burns on September 7, 2021
Always Enjoyed Seeing and visiting with you Hope they got your lucky 4 leaf clover out of your cap. Take care CUZ.  
Posted by Randy Harding on September 7, 2021
Burnzy you’re a good friend of mine I spent some time with you recently at another friends funeral I really appreciate All that you did for me giving me my first drive And driving your horse to my first win Rest in peace my friend
Posted by Ken Aston on September 5, 2021
Sorry for your loss. I was a harness horseman in Delaware and my friend and cousin James Bubby Armes would always tell me about Burns and the great times they would have together, Bubby passed January 2, 2018 in Pittsburgh
Posted by Steven McMullen on September 5, 2021
Bobby, one of the good guys. A fellow Trojan that will be missed.
Posted by Greg Luther on September 4, 2021
Bob, you were an amazing mentor to me when I was a young man and I'll never forget all the great conversations we had together. I'm honored to call you my friend. Rest In Peace.
Posted by Tom Gray on September 2, 2021
Great horseman great friend RIP My friend

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Posted by david brumbaugh on September 10, 2021
will miss your friendly smile when at the races will see your smile when we meet again
Posted by Roy Burns on September 7, 2021
Always Enjoyed Seeing and visiting with you Hope they got your lucky 4 leaf clover out of your cap. Take care CUZ.  
Posted by Randy Harding on September 7, 2021
Burnzy you’re a good friend of mine I spent some time with you recently at another friends funeral I really appreciate All that you did for me giving me my first drive And driving your horse to my first win Rest in peace my friend
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Shared by Janet C Martin on September 4, 2021
Extending my condolences and prayers for the family and friends. Bob and I were classmates at Troy High School. Back in the day, he taught me how to drive a stick shift car and how to play tennis. I have fond memories of growing up in Troy and attending events at the Lincoln Community Center. God bless you all, and rest well, my friend.